🔥Thank you to reader Mindy for her 5-star review of Crossing the Witchline, book 2 in the adult dark fantasy Bellerose Witchline series!
She writes: Another Great Read! – I’m not going to give too many details away, so I don’t ruin anything. But . . . love Flame! I was worried about Rabbit’s and Lucie’s relationship but was relieved as I continued to read the story! As always, I’m looking forward to reading the next books in the series and T.L. Brown’s Door to Door series! Go grab her books and read!
😊 Thank you so very much, Mindy! I’m grateful for your kind words and review! And Flame, yes, he definitely charms his way into your heart!😸
🔥 Crossing the Witchline, by T.L. Brown
Find it here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BC4H4GRY
Would you give your light to the one who needs it the most and deserves it the least?
Ever since Lucie Bellerose returned to the Empire, she’s lived amid chaos. Now, three months after a devastating battle in the Walled Zone, she’s desperate to get into the Above to find her lost magic man. With her best friend still missing and her membership at the Congress of Empire Witches suspended, Lucie’s on her own.
A glimmer of hope comes in the feline form of a shapeshifter, a young man who set fire to the Crimson Stone. But as Lucie works to put the three pieces of the gemstone back together, she learns her best-laid plans might magically backfire.
Down to her last resort, Lucie seeks help from an unpredictable demon – a man from her past who is held captive in the Below. A deal is made, but can Lucie trust him to keep his end of the bargain? Will the darkness overshadow her light?
Crossing the Witchline is book 2 in the adult dark fantasy Bellerose Witchline series, where friends and enemies aren’t always who they seem to be, and even a bad man can get a second chance to do life right.
As Lucie says, it’s complicated.
📌 The Bellerose Witchline series is recommended for readers aged 18+ years. Rated R for Adult Activity, Alcohol Use, Hard Language, Intense Violence / Gore, and Sexual Situations, both consensual and non-consensual.